Make it easy for others to find your Publications

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Make it easy for others to find your Publications

Jochen Bihn

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People will search for your publications

When you

apply for research funding

apply for a job

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Problem: Name Variations

Michael Wolfgang Eisele

Michael W. Eisele --- 4 Articles

M. W. Eisele --- 2 Articles

Michael Eisele --- 1 Article

M. Eisele --- 1 Article

Mike Eisele --- 1 Article

Mike W. Eisele --- 1 Article

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Problem: Name Changes

Karin Kowalski

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Problem: Names with diacritical marks

Michael Müller

Michael Müller

Michael Muller

Michael Mueller

Michael M&uller

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The Result

It can be next to impossible to find all the papers

written by a given scientific author.

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Exercise

Do a Search for your Name in Scopus (

www.scopus.com

)!

Do you have a Doppelgänger?

Are all your publication in 1 author record set?

How many authors with a similar name have publications

in the same subject area?

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General Advice

Use the same variation of your name consistently.

Use a standard version of your institutional affiliation.

Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and

Technology (Eawag)

Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science

and Technology (Empa)

Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and

Landscape Research (WSL)

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Solution: Unique Author Identifiers

Researcher ID

(Web of Science)

Scopus Author Identifier

(Scopus)

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More visible in

WoS

with a

Researcher ID

1. Go to

Researcher ID

, sign up

and complete your profile.

2. Add some publications if you

have a few listed in Web of

Science and preview the

public version of your profile.

3. If you already have an ORCID

you can link Researcher ID to

that.

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More visible in

Scopus

by checking your

Scopus Author ID

1. Go to

Scopus

and use the

author search tab to search

for your name.

2. Check if all publications

assigned to you are correct

and if there are no variants of

your name that are not yet

grouped to your main entry.

3. If there are ungrouped name

variants with your publications

send Scopus feedback by

checking name variants and

clicking

request to merge

authors.

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More visible in

Google Scholar

with an Author Profile

More info:

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New

: ORCID = Open Researcher & Contributer ID

Central registry of persistent,

unique and open identifiers

for active researchers

16-digit number,

e.g.

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5109-3700

Embedded within research

workflows (institutions,

funders, publishers)

http://orcid.org/

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http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0068-716X

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DOI + ORCID: The reference of the future?

Daniels, C.

0000-0203-7899-1322

, 2014. Unintended

consequences of a diet based on insects.

Science

,

360, 1380-1385.

10.1126/science.2134584

DOI links to published work

ORCID links to author(s)

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Thank you!

Questions?

Dr. Jochen H. Bihn

ORCID:

0000-0002-6717-6786

Lib4RI - Library for Eawag, Empa, PSI & WSL

Überlandstrasse 133

8600 Dübendorf

T +41 58 765 52 28

jochen.bihn@lib4ri.ch

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